NEW YORK (CBS) Jennifer Kesse's sorority sisters at the University of Central Florida called her "mother hen" because of the way she looked after everyone and always made sure her "sisters were safe" - that's why it took all of them by surprise when she disappeared, apparently the victim of the very crime she tried to protect them from.Continue »
NEW YORK (CBS/AP) Times Square may be the crossroads of the universe to some, but is there room for more than one "Naked Cowboy"...or cowgirl, as the case may be?
New York City's self-styled Naked Cowboy - real name Robert Burck - is a tourist "attraction" and curiosity, known for strumming his guitar wearing only briefs and a cowboy hat.Continue »
Three weeks after the slaying of Stephany Flores, van der Sloot was expected to answer questions from a Peruvian judge Monday about his involvement in her death.Continue »
NEW YORK (CBS) Sitting on the front steps of her rundown trailer in the woods of Camano Island, Wash., Pam Kohler, the mother of teenage fugitive Colton Harris-Moore, had a message for her wayward son: "Be careful, I love you and get in touch with John Henry Browne - please."
CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa (CBS/AP/KGAN) Former kosher slaughterhouse manager Sholom Rubashkin awaits a hearing Tuesday where a judge intends to sentence him to 27 years in prison and $31 million in restitution, for some most unholy financial crimes.Continue »
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County Prosecutor Robert Bianchi described 63-year-old Anthony Novellino as a "person of interest" in the death of 62-year-old Judith Novellino, who was stabbed more than 80 times. He also said that anyone who had recently dealt with Anthony Novellino should contact authorities.Continue »
ALBANY, N.Y. (CBS/AP) Senator Charles Schumer (D-NY) wants a federal law to further limit the jobs that sex offenders can hold, in both the public and private sectors.
State laws nationwide currently prohibit sex offenders from working as school teachers and coaches, but most laws don't cover karate instructors, youth coaches, carnival workers, clowns, magicians, or dance instructors in the private sector.
NEW YORK (CBS) The Pacific Northwest's Colton Harris-Moore, the most wanted teenager in America, appears to have headed east, leaving a series of car thefts and airport break-ins reported in South Dakota, Nebraska and Iowa.
Police have not confirmed that the suspected thief and burglar is Harris-Moore, but the crimes have all the earmarks of the 19-year-old known as "The Barefoot Bandit" for allegedly leaving his bare footprints at the scene of his crimes.Continue »